Rewriting the Rules

Chandran Nair invited to speak at APEC CEO Summit 2011
At the APEC CEO Summit 2011 Chandran Nair shared with the audience a new way of looking at economic development.
Nov 13, 2011 - Comments (0)

Nothing grows forever: Why do we keep thinking the economy will?
How can we make the global economy work for 7 billion humans? Stop growing it.
Nov 01, 2011 - Comments (0)

Video: Chandran Nair at Women's Forum for the Economy and Society
Panel discussion at Global Meeting 2011 - Political Economy: What if we were new ways to address poverty
Oct 31, 2011 - Comments (0)

Population is just a sidekick to the real big baddie – consumption
Beyond the headlines from the UN population report lies a clear message: consumption is still a far bigger threat to the planet.
Oct 29, 2011 - Comments (0)

The world food crisis - An Asian perspective
Asian policymakers have shifted their focus from a development path traditionally dominated by agricultural self-sufficiency to one mandated by the industrial and manufacturing sector.
Oct 27, 2011 - Comments (0)

Video: Chandran Nair - 'Consume More... and Reduce Emissions, Too!'
Chandran Nair at Asia Society Mumbai: the Western model of consumption-led economic growth cannot be replicated in Asia.
Oct 25, 2011 - Comments (0)

The world needs a new economic growth model
The sustainability of global economic growth comes up for discussion at a conference hosted by the University of Southern California.
Oct 18, 2011 - Comments (0)

Asia must not follow West example
"The mobile phone has become ubiquitous and underpriced, and can be free nowadays, while the toilet has become a luxury item," as Chandran Nair points out at the Asean 100.
Oct 08, 2011 - Comments (0)

Perpetually a potential?
Rafael M. Alunan III: we in Asia need to address now in the critical areas of food, water, energy, consumer behavior, and governance to avert an unsustainable future.
Oct 03, 2011 - Comments (0)

Placing China’s market for 'luxury' goods in context
China’s new rich are pouring their money into the accounts of European companies and their shareholders instead of investing in the future of their country even while basic services remain severely underdeveloped.
Oct 03, 2011 - Comments (1)